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Ex-Hibs striker Ross Caldwell joins St Mirren

Ross Caldwell has agreed a deal with St Mirren. Picture: Greg Macvean

Ross Caldwell has agreed a deal with St Mirren. Picture: Greg Macvean

ST Mirren have completed the signing of former Hibernian striker Ross Caldwell, on a one-year deal.

The club have the option of extending the deal by a further 12 months if the 20-year-old impresses.

Caldwell, who scored two goals for Hibs in 21 appearances, including a last-minute winner against Hearts at Tynecastle, last played for the Easter Road club in November last year.

The striker joined Alloa on loan in January, after a touchline spat with then Hibs manager Terry Butcher, who brought Caldwell on as a substitute in a cup match against Ross County only to sub him 10 minutes later.

He scored on his debut for Alloa - a 3-1 loss at the hands of Queen of the South - and played nine matches in total for the Recreation Park side.

Caldwell is the Buddies’ fourth summer signing after Mark Ridgers, James Marwood and Ellis Plummer.

 

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